Removing decals or graphics from your vehicle is not as hard as some people think it is. We're going to outline a few easy steps on how to do this. Let’s start with decals that are on your windows. Decals on your vehicle windows can be detached with a razor blade.
Heat a small corner of the vinyl graphic with a hair dryer. The heating procedure will loosen the adhesive underneath the vinyl, which in turn aids the removal procedure. Continue heating the corner until a visual separation of the vinyl and surface seems. You can visit http://www.stick-off.com/ to know how to remove vinyl graphics.
Use your fingers to mildly lift the sticker off or use a dull knife to scrape off the sticker by gently prying a corner of the sticker off, then wedging the blade between the sticker and glass until it is completely removed.
- Be sure to pick a knife that is dull and not sharp to touch. Dull knives have been through wear and tear so when you use it on a glass surface, you won't run the risk of scrabbling the surface.
- Alternatively, you can buy a razor scraper that is designed to remove adhesives off surfaces.
Eliminate any residual adhesive from the surface with clean nonabrasive cloths and liberal amounts of denatured alcohol to finish the process.